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taqdeesm
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Hi,
when I try to create a repository I get this error "Unable to load default SVN Client". I just installed eclipse 7.0 and I'm trying to create the repository. I downloaded subeclipse plugin to get svn. Do you know why I would get this error. I dowloaded subeclipe on my c drive also just to check if I could create a repository outside of eclipse and I can do that. How do I get rid of this error.

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Taqdees,

SVN can be integrated within ME 7.0. Here is what you need to do.

1. From ME7.0 menu, click on Help -> Software Updates -> Add/Remove Software.
2. From Add/Remove Software Window, Click on [Add]
3. This will list you categories such as Browse Categories, Supporting, Public Sites, Personal Sites. Expand Public Sites -> Eclipse 3.4(Ganymede) Discovery -> Collaboration Tools
4. Select the SVN software to be added as shown in the attached screenshot.
5. Click on [Launch] to add SVN
6. You will be prompted to restart ME. Restart ME.
7. To verify SVN is added click on Help -> About MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench -> [Plug-in Details]. This will list you installed SVN plugins. Refer to the screen shot.
8. Also check Window -> Show/View -> Other. This will list various SVN views. Refer to the screenshot.

Let me know if this helps!

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I followed you instructions and got the svn software in eclipes. Now I get the following error when creating repository



SVN: '0x00400006: Validate Repository Location' operation finished with error: Selected SVN connector library is not available or cannot be loaded.
If you selected native JavaHL connector, please check if binaries are available or install and select pure Java Subversion connector from the plug-in connectors update site.
If connectors already installed then you can change the selected one at: Window->Preferences->Team->SVN->SVN Client.
Selected SVN connector library is not available or cannot be loaded.
If you selected native JavaHL connector, please check if binaries are available or install and select pure Java Subversion connector from the plug-in connectors update site.
If connectors already installed then you can change the selected one at: Window->Preferences->Team->SVN->SVN Client.
 
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SVN: '0x00400006: Validate Repository Location' operation finished with error: Selected SVN connector library is not available or cannot be loaded.
If you selected native JavaHL connector, please check if binaries are available or install and select pure Java Subversion connector from the plug-in connectors update site.
If connectors already installed then you can change the selected one at: Window->Preferences->Team->SVN->SVN Client.
Selected SVN connector library is not available or cannot be loaded.
If you selected native JavaHL connector, please check if binaries are available or install and select pure Java Subversion connector from the plug-in connectors update site.
If connectors already installed then you can change the selected one at: Window->Preferences->Team->SVN->SVN Client.


Looks like you are missing few more SVN connector libraries. Can you re-check if you have added all the relevant s/w related to SVN in Add/Remove software under Collaboration Tools? Select the s/w marked required/mandatory. And also include the dependent subversive s/w.

I would recommend you to go through Subversive user guide. Click on Help -> Welcome. Click on globe icon for overview of features. Click on Subversive Overview. You will find subversive user guide which lists the overview, preferences and team support with SVN.

HTH!

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cwan
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Hi Joy,

Your post on Feb 12, 2009 - 06:05 AM was for ME 7.0. I tried on my ME 7.5, and was lost in your step 4 "Select the SVN software to be added as shown in the attached screenshot". If you can see my screenshot below in my post here (also, http://www.bigfootbuilder.com/cwan/ME7.5_config_SVN.JPEG), you'd see ME 7.5 does not have SVN options in your step 4.

Can you please walk me thru the steps for ME 7.5?

Thanks,
Chunhua
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Chunhua,

Let me clarify that MyEclipse doesn't provide an integrated support for SVN. Also the base eclipse has changed from ME 7.0 to ME 7.5. ME 7.0 is based on base eclipse 3.4 whereas ME 7.5 is based on Eclipse 3.4.2. I have researched over the net for the eclipse plugin for SVN and came across - http://subclipse.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=2240&expandFolder=2240&folderID=0
Download the relevant .zip file. Unzip the same to a folder. I have downloaded - site-1.0.6.zip. On unzipping the same it will give you "features", "plugin" and site.xml. Copy the same to your [MyEclipse installation dir]/dropins and restart your MyEclipse IDE. You should be all set.

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cwan
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Hi Joy,
Thanks. I've since added GWT plugins to MyEclipse, and would like to share
my experience.
How to Add GWT plug-ins in MyEclipse7.5:
1. Help -> Software Updates > Add/Remove Software...
2. Select Personal Software, then click Add.
3. Select Personal Sites, then click Add Site.
4. In Name field, enter a name like Google Update Site for Eclipse 3.4. In URL,
enter http://dl.google.com/eclipse/plugin/3.4, which is recommended by
http://code.google.com/eclipse/docs/getting_started.html#installing. Click OK.
5. Select Google Plugin and SDKs, then Ok, and finish.
Then, I was able to do File > New >Web Application Project in MyEclipse following
the Tutorials, http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/tutorials/1.6/index.html.

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Chunhua,

Good to hear you are all set. Thanks for sharing your notes with us. This will help other forums users. :-)

Best.

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